Iron & Wine, Noah & The Whale for Green Man Festival – ticket details

Gruff Rhys and James Blake also added to line-up

Iron & Wine, Noah & The Whale for Green Man Festival – ticket details

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Iron & Wine are to headline the Sunday night (August 21) of this year's Green Man festival.

Gruff Rhys, Noah And The Whale, James Blake and James Yorkston have also joined the line-up.

Explosions In The Sky will headline the Friday night of the event, while Fleet Foxes will headline the Saturday. Villagers, 2:54 and Holy Fuck are also on the bill for the Brecon Beacons bash.

The event takes place on August 19-21. See Greenman.net for more information.

To check the availability of Green Man tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The Green Man line-up so far is:

Fleet Foxes
Explosions In The Sky
Iron & Wine
Bellowhead
The Burns Unit
Villagers
The Low Anthem
Holy Fuck
Gruff Rhys
Noah And The Whale
James Blake
James Yorkston
The Leisure Society
Admiral Fallow
Duotone
Driver Drive Faster
Ute
Hannah Peel
Lia Ices
Oh Ruin
The Doozer
Treecreeper
Wild Nothing
Polar Bear
Robyn Hitchcock
Ellen & The Escapades
Our Broken Garden
Emily Barker
The Gentle Good
2:54
The Travelling Band
Bleeding Heart Narrative
The Ramshackle Union Band


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